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Former New York Mayor Ed Koch, 88, Passes Away

ApolloSpeaks18 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 9:05 AM
THE MIRACULOUS DEATH OF ED KOCH The great three term Jewish mayor of the world's greatest city (victim of the deadliest Islamic terror attack in human history) died yesterday February 1st on the 11th anniversary of journalist Daniel Pearl's death-a brutal anti-Semitic beheading ordered by al-Qaida thug Khalid Sheikh Mohammed mastermind of 9/11. That the timing of Hizzoner's death was providentially arranged by a Higher Power to coincide with the date of Pearl's death is proved by the miracle that Koch's gravestone-erected years ago at Trinity Church Cemetery-is inscribed with Pearl's last words: "My father is Jewish, my mother is Jewish, I am Jewish." continued
ApolloSpeaks18 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 9:08 AM
Ed Koch, a proud, fierce patriotic American and pro-Israeli Jew said in a recent interview: "Pearl's statement is as important as the most holy of all statements in Jewish ritual; and every Saturday [at synagogue] we ought to say it."

Let the miracle of Ed Koch dying on the date of Daniel Pearl's death be a stern warning to all Islamic enemies of America and Israel: God and history are not on your side.

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ED KOCH IN THE AFTERLIFE

Ed Koch to God: Lord, how'm I doing?

God to Ed Koch: I am making you Mayor of Heaven.



Ryan_M Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 12:04 PM
Koch called himself "a liberal with sanity". No, just one more person who put Israel first at the expense of America while at the same time doing everything he could to bankrupt the country while in Congress.
Ryan_M Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 7:21 PM
Your correct, he didn't. Instead, he supported all this krap from a distance as mayor by lobbying for it..

Former three-term New York Mayor Ed Koch, age 88, passed away this morning of congestive heart failure. A legend in his own right, Koch led New York through some of its most turbulent years in the 1980s.

Known for his catch phrase “How'm I Doing,” he was outspoken and had a bold and ebullient personality. "You punch me, I punch back," Koch once told a reporter. "I do not believe it's good for one's self-respect to be a punching bag."

Credited with championing gay rights, combatting Tammany Hall, and improving conditions in inner city New York, Koch was not afraid to...

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